|Born||1966 (age 49–50)
Sale, Victoria, Australia
His film Two Hands won the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Direction and Best Screenplay in 1999. He has most recently directed a film version of The Informers written by Bret Easton Ellis and Nicholas Jarecki and the thriller Unthinkable starring Samuel L. Jackson. He has finished production on a live concert DVD of Powderfinger's final concert tour 'Sunsets' and is in production on a documentary about Ian Thorpe's return to professional swimming.
- Two Hands (1999) Also Writer
- Buffalo Soldiers (2001) Also Writer
- Ned Kelly (2003)
- These Days: Live in Concert (2004)
- The Informers (2009)
- Sunsets: Powderfinger's Farewell Tour (2010)
- Unthinkable (2010)
- Ian Thorpe: The Swimmer (2012 documentary)
- "Gregor Jordan". The New York Times.
- AAP, international (2011-02-28). "Thorpe set for Swiss training". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
- He also appeared briefly in Australian soap, Home and Away, from September 1989 to November 1989. Lobley, Katrina (2005-01-07). "Midsummer night's dream". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2006-12-15.
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